This photo of a whale under a boat reminds me of…
…Terry Fan’s The Whale.
Not as awesome as the 1940s NYC pictures I posted this weekend, but still awesome! Here, via the Atlantic, are 1940s pictures from Ringling Brothers, Barnum and Bailey Circus.
Belgian photographer, Anton Kusters, spent 2 years photographing a Yakuza family in Japan. Pretty unique pictures because the Yakuza aren’t generally keen on being photographed. More pictures from that project here. And a couple years ago, the Guardian had a slide show, too.
I always wanted to know what would happen if a truck carrying printer cartridges crashed, and it happened in my relative backyard!
Approximately 16,000 pounds of ink cartridges from the Flint Group, an Indianapolis-based company selling printing and packaging products, was bound for a newspaper company in Portland, Maine. Red, blue, and yellow ink cartridges were inside the truck, but Ferson said there is no evidence the yellow ink was released.
We can all agree on this one, right?
Update: Just found out the picture isn’t from this year. It might be a monkey saving a puppy, but it’s from 2006. I don’t care. It should be the picture of EVERY year.